Subway Singapore Is Offering 1-For-1 Subs on 1 November 2018

29 October

World Sandwich day is just around the corner, and Subway, the king of sandwiches, has a special promotion for all of us to celebrate this very special day. On the 1st of November this Thursday, drop by any Subway outlet (except the Changi Airport and Sentosa outlets) and get your hands on some delicious 6-inch sandwiches with their 1-for-1 sandwich...

Teochew Minced Meat Noodle – Amazing BCM In Upper Thomson That Isn’t Meng’s

27 October

Bak Chor Mee literally means ‘minced meat noodles’ in the Teochew dialect. Essentially a bowl comprising springy noodles well coated with a mouth-watering tangy chilli sauce and vinegar mix, minced pork and pork lard, this timeless dish is well loved by almost all Singaporeans and it can be eaten at any time of the day. Despite the existence of different variations,...

Sisaket Thai Food – Cheap Thai Food In Maxwell Market That’s Pure Aroi Mak

26 October

There’s that decades-old debate about the Singlish and Malaysian definition of shiok vs syok, but whether you prefer to interpret it as a term of approval, or just to mean cheap, Sisaket Thai Food delivers on both fronts to bring you one of the most satisfying Thai food out there. While the first store is tucked away in a corner...

Shi Xiang Ge – Handmade Noodles By Ex-Crystal Jade La Mian Director In Bishan

24 October

Conveniently located at level 2 of Bishan Bus Interchange, Shi Xiang Ge is an unpretentious la mian and dumpling stall that’s opened by an ex-Crystal Jade La Mian Director. Specialising in handmade noodles and a myriad of Sichuan-style dishes, this stall is quite possibly our new favourite spot in Bishan for delectable and comforting noodle bowls. Prior to our visit, we...

Oiishii Corner – Delicious Halal Japanese Donburis And Noodles In Toa Payoh

23 October

While rice bowls have been on the rise and making waves as of late, for those of us who are Muslim, however, finding that perfect donburi that’s also Halal-certified, affordable and delicious is a little more challenging. Not to worry, Oiishii Corner—a Muslim-owned hawker stall serving up Halal Japanese food—can be found over at Kim Keat Palm Market & Food...

Fung Kee Hotdogs – This Is One Sausage Party In Orchard Towers You Shouldn’t Miss

20 October

Never would anyone expect to find a joint selling hipster hot dogs in one of Singapore’s sleaziest malls, but here, we have Fung Kee Hotdogs that serves up delectable dogs and beer—right at the corner of Orchard Tower. This place is not hard to spot due to its loud signage in Chinese that reads “豐記” right above the entrance of the...

Bowl Chap – These Ex-Tippling Club Cooks Impress With Their Modern Rice Bowls

19 October

If you’re the kind that’s pretty bo chup about what to have for lunch the next day, Bowl Chap sounds like the place for you. Conveniently located at Ayer Rajah Food Centre, Bowl Chap serves up modern, localised Japanese rice bowls, all for less than S$6! Before you even step up to the counter, the sweet-faced couple is already full...

Makan Food Place – Mee Siam & Lontong In Upper Thomson To Kickstart Your Day

17 October

Located on the edge of Upper Thompson amongst many rustic terrace houses and chic restaurants lies Sembawang Hills Food Centre and within it lies Makan Food Place. Similar to its simple and straightforward name, their dishes leave little to the imagination, serving up unpretentious Malay classics.  For those that can’t start the day without a bowl of their favourite mee...

Big Bowls Project – Halal Japanese Salmon Bowls To Settle Your CBD Lunch Woes

16 October

Amoy Street Food Centre continues to be the go-to hub in the CBD area that everyone turns to for their weekday lunches. It’s hard to grow tired of the spread there when so much variety offered. From artisanal toast, Mexican fare, chicken rice to even poke bowls, you’d be spoilt for choice. The poke bowls served here aren’t like the...

Ping Kee Popiah – A Must-Visit Popiah Stall In Upper Thomson For A Snack

16 October

If you’ve already checked out our Sembawang Hills Food Centre guide, you’d know by now that Ping Kee Popiah is one of the biggest mainstays there, serving up homely popiahs and kueh pie tees. Helmed by an extremely amiable couple, they’ve been serving the same great popiahs for many years now. We ordered two Popiah (S$1.50 each) as well as...